All companies want to hire the perfect person. There are two problems with this: One, they aren’t the perfect company and two, sometimes the perfect person is not available now and won’t ever be available. What do you do?

We complain a lot about talent shortages, but sometimes we need to hire someone now. And, in fact, it’s often better to settle for the good enough candidate rather than hold out for the perfect candidate.

Learning Objectives

 Attendees will learn how to approach hiring when the perfect candidate isn’t available--and won’t be available anytime soon. 

 Learn how to allocate your resources, evaluate the candidates you do have, and get your hiring managers on board. Get the right candidate--even when it’s not the perfect candidate.

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • HR,
  • Recruiting

Why should you attend?

Learn how to sort through the imperfect to find the “good enough” candidate;:

  • Learn and accept your hiring limits
  • Write better job descriptions
  • Evaluating the candidates you have (not the ones you dream about)
  • Figure out what the position needs
  • Reallocating resources
  • How to get managers on-board
  • Explaining your hiring decision to the new hire

Who Will Benefit

  • HR managers,
  • small business owners
  • non-profits
  • jobs in rural areas.


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Suzanne Lucas spent 10 years in corporate HR where she hired, fired, managed the numbers, and double-checked with the lawyers. She left the corporate world to advise people and companies on how to ha Know More

Suzanne Lucas